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(JACKSONVILLE, Fla.) --  Police in Florida are searching for a pair of teenagers who allegedly staged a fight to escape from juvenile jail over the weekend.

Authorities said four teens managed to escape from a...Read more

(NEW YORK) -- The embattled governor of Puerto Rico Ricardo Rossello has announced that he will not seek reelection in November 2020.

Rossello will step down as the president of the New Progressive Party.

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(NEW YORK) -- Marine experts are trying to free a right whale tangled in fishing gear off the coast of Canada.

The 18-year-old whale, spotted in the Gulf of St. Lawrence on Canada's east coast, has been trapped for...Read more

(NEW YORK) -- An incoming college freshman died last week in Guatemala after an electrical shortage occurred while he was in the hotel pool, according to the university he was slated to attend.

Seth Washam, 18, was...Read more

(BOSTON) -- Police in Massachusetts asked a simple favor of residents who may be planning a crime over the weekend: Please wait until the heat wave is over to conduct your criminal activity.

Around 93 million...Read more

(WASHINGTON) -- A Venezuelan Su-30 fighter plane "aggressively shadowed" a U.S. reconnaissance aircraft operating over the Caribbean Sea, according to U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM), in a move the U.S. is calling "...Read more

(WASHINGTON) -- The chant of "send her back" at President Donald Trump's rally in North Carolina on Wednesday is "a stain on the presidency," Montana Gov. Steve Bullock said on ABC's This Week.

"Any...Read more

(WASHINGTON) -- Mercedes Schlapp, a Trump campaign senior adviser, defended President Donald Trump amid ongoing and escalating attacks aimed at four freshman congresswomen on Sunday.

"I have worked with...Read more

(WASHINGTON) -- House Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings said chants at a Trump rally on Wednesday were the echo of chants he heard as a child attempting to integrate a pool.

On President Donald Trump...Read more

(NEW YORK) -- Ninety-four million people in parts of 23 states remain under excessive heat warnings and heat advisories on Sunday as one last day of scorching temperatures hits the Midwest and East Coast.

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